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flowers? >> not yet. >> hope he's watching. [ laughter ] >> enjoy the weekend. captions by: caption colorado comments@captioncolorado.com ♪ good morning to viewers in the west. friday may 10, 2013. welcome to "cbs this morning. "overnight, a miracle in the rubble. a survivor rescued more than two weeks after catastrophic factory collapse killed more than 1,000. why is president obama launching a new battle over a signature health care law? some people in his own party are calling it a train wreck and a proud morning for america. the new world trade center soars to new heights. >> we begin with a look at today's eye opener your world in 90 seconds. the horrific brutality and torture that the victims endured for a decade is beyond
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comprehension. >> prosecutors may seek the death penalty in the cleveland kidnapping case. >> michelle knight was beaten so badly, she may need facial reconstruction. >> a candle light vigil after a trying week. >> from bangladesh rescuers found a survivor more than two weeks after the collapse of a garment factory building. >> president obama trying to bolster support for health care reform law, in a speech this afternoon from the white house. >> obama care is going to drive up the costs. i want to repeal the loft -- law of the land is that clear? >> what investigators are looking at an accident in the san francisco bay, that killed one sailor. >> and prince harry pays respects for service members killed in the line of duty. >> he visited the white house and the capitol building.
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>> i find him an attractive young man. >> a very steady stream of fliks coming out. whole foods recalling a vegan chicken salad and chicken salad after the two were mixed up. >> how come that doesn't affect him. >> that's a stupid question. >> i fell asleep when i woke up. >> all that matters. >> the final piece of the spire is now at the top of 1 world trade center 41 piece symbolic 1,776 feet. >> this sunday is mother's day, if you are just realizing that now, are you in a lot of trouble. >> talks too much. and. >> she is dressing like this. >> yeah. >> this morning's eye opener presented by prudential.
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>> welcome to "cbs this morning." good morning norah. a bit of a cold. one more time you will have to carry me. >> you sound sort of sexy. that's why i wore this crazy dress to brighten you up. >> we begin with a good story, an amazing rescue in bangladesh. a survivor pulled from the rubble of a factory that collapsed 17 days ago. >> the incredible story as the death toll reaches more than 8,000. kelly is in london tracking the breaking news. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, norah and charlie. this was a recovery operation. the army was clearing the site today when someone spotted this woman in a violet dress, waving her hands in the rubble. they turned off the bulldozers, brought in a hand saw, welding equipment to try and free her, passed her water through a hole in the rubble as they worked to get to her, the eight-story
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building collapsed the morning of april 24th. more than 1,000 people killed and the army was still pulling bodies from the basement area when they found this woman today, remarkably after being trapped for 17 days she was brought out alive, and put into an ambulance to be taken to a hospital. it was an incredible scene, on lookers burst into tears as she was pulled free and carriedy edied gingerly wearing an oxygen mask and to the waiting ambulance. she did not appear to have significant injuries other than the obvious injuries of mall malnutrition and dehydration. they have not found a person alive in the rubble for 13 days. a monumental step in the building of 1 world trade center, 408-foot silver spire was affixed to the top of the tower a few hours ago.
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it now stands at the symbolic height of 1,776 feet. the final sections lifted to the roof last week now that the spire is in place, the building is the tall nest the western hemisphere, construction workers applauded and one manager called the moment totally awesome. president obama makes a new push today for the health care law, he will host an event at the white house. >> the law, long been a target of republicans is getting pushback from democrats. bill plante at the white house. >> good morning. good morning out west. getting the new health care law successfully launched is important to the president and a lot of confusion about how that will happen. you will see the president talking about it a lot over the next couple of months and in just a few hours, you will highlight benefits for women already in place and urging mothers to get their young adult children signed up when enrollment begins this fall. >> we are pushing very hard to make sure that we're hitting all the -- the deadlines and
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benchmarks. >> reporter: the president's health care law goes into effect at the beginning of next year with signup beginning october 1st. but a lot of uncertainty about the plan remains, and the obama administration is taking bipartisan critical fire. >> the president needs to get out in front of the train wreck before americans, men and women alike, are completely blindsided by it. >> reporter: that's the republican leader in the senate but democrats have used that same phrase as well. >> i just see a huge train wreck coming. >> reporter: the importance of the health care overhaul to the obama administration can't be overstated. vice president biden summed it up, the day the bill became law. >> this is a big [ bleep ]ing deal. >> reporter: costs for small businesses may rise as the law goes into effect and concern that rules governing the new law are still being written, even though it goes into effect january 1st. but for the white house the biggest concern is that uninsured americans won't sign up for coverage. >> if americans don't know how
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to access the new benefits and protections, that they are going to receive as we implement this law, then health care reform won't make much of a difference in their lives. >> reporter: a recent poll showed 4-10 americans don't know that the affordable care law is come into effect. some states are running ad campaigns to promote it. >> you can shop pick and purchase the health care plan right for up. >> reporter: a lot riding on this. the government spending $150 million to help community health centers get people signed up. meanwhile, the house of representatives is about to vote again to repeal obama care. for the 38th time. and the speaker says that's because there are new members who haven't yet gotten to express their opinion. charlie, norah. >> cbs news political director joins me. >> why does the administration feel they need to do this? >> this is the president's
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signature achievement of his presidency regardless of what happened to come. unlike what we normally see, the president campaigning the law to get it passed politically gunning for 2014 election. running gents all democrats on this. and the president has to explain why there are good parts of it and get out and sort of rebut these attacks as best he can. >> john it sounds like the white house says this is a premother's day speech. the president will speak to mothers. preventative sefoloshas provided by obama care some of the most
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popular parts of this. small businesses don't know how they will make this work. >> the president has to explain it. has to get out there and try and talk about the way it will work. this is not a pretty piece of legislation. remember, how it was put together not a sleek operation, with swiss watch timing and so it's going to be bumpy and going to be ugly as it gets implemented and the best thing, the president can do try and accentuate the best parts and educate. no better voice of education than the president of the united states. >> you anticipated my question. is this badly constructive legislation? >> well all legislation is pretty ugly and this was particularly ugly. because of the way it was put together and it had to be jammed through at the end. so this is -- and it's complicated. dealing with bringing millions of new people into this insurance system. forcing people to change the way they do things and so it's got lots and lots of different moving part and also by the way when democrats talk about train
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wreck here what they are saying, some of them republicans have not funded this as much as we the democrats would like and republican governors dragging their feet. some opposition that is constant here. >> john thank you. ariel castro is being held on suicide watch. and he could face charges that could bring the death penalty. >> is he charged with kidnapping and raping three women for a decade. he made his first court appearance thursday. dean reynolds is in cleveland. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, norah and charlie. ohio prosecutors say execution is reserved for the most depraved criminals, and depraved is the word they are using to describe the man who lived in the middle of this block. ariel castro tried to conceal his face as he shuffled into court thursday, but there was no hiding from the charges. >> kidnapping and rape on the first charge kidnapping and rape on the second.
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>> reporter: is he excuse of luring amanda berry, gina dejesus and michelle knight into his home. knight suffered five miscarriages suffered by beating and starvation at his hands. the ending of a pregnancy is aggravated murder, a capital offense, and prosecutor tim they've mcginty say seek the death penalty. >> this child kidnapping operated a torture chamber and private prison in the heart of our city. the brutality the victims endured for more than a decade is beyond comprehension. >> reporter: knight is said to be recovering in hospital. >> she was severely beaten. she was beaten so badly in the face, she has to have facial reconstruction and has lost hearing in one ear. >> reporter: berry and dejesus are back with their families.
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the suspect's distraught mother lillian rodriguez, expresses remorse. she asked for for givegiveness from both the women and their mothers, adding my son is sick. last night, the community honored the three women at what was called a victory vigil. >> welcome home welcome home welcome home! >> caller: the case goes to a caw you coulda a grand jury where additional charges are expected. the body of tamerlan tsavraev has been buried. police in worcester, massachusetts, said an anonymous person came forward to arrange it. the location is secret. boston police were kept in the dark by the fbi. nancy cordes on capitol hill. >> reporter: lawmaker who's listened to that say it's a sign that intelligence still isn't being shared the way it should 12 years after 9/11.
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boston's police commissioner told the house homeland security committee, the fbi never informed boston authorities two years ago when it investigated tamerlan tsavraev for possible ties to terrorists. >> would you have liked to have known about that? >> yes. >> were you aware that mr. tamerlan traveled to the chechen region? >> no, we were not. >> reporter: what's more commissioner ed davis says several officers serb ss served on a joint terrorism task force that was supposed to foster better communication from federal and local authorities. >> feds have the information, not shared with the state and locals defies why we created the department of homeland security in the first place. and it's very troubling to me. >> reporter: in response the fbi agent in charge of investigating the marathon bombings buildingreleased this statement. boston law enforcement could have searched a computer database to pull up local
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investigations like the one conducted on tsavraev at any time. all jtff members are able to perform customized key word searches of guardian to identify relevant assessment activity he wrote and even commissioner davis acknowledged having that information likely would not have prevented the marathon bombing. you can't bat 1,000 he said. >> i can't say when we knew things we would have done anything differently. >> reporter: joe liberman who chaired the homeland security commission for ten years says the mosque should have notified authorities. >> in this case people clearly could have prevented the massacre at the marathon by just saying something. >> reporter: "the los angeles times" revealed yesterday that an internal intelligence memo circulated five days before the marathon bombings reveals that the finish line had
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vulnerabilities and that homegrown terrorists could use small-scale bombs, that the boston police department pushed back, saying its standard language for any such document and had no word of any criminal threats. norah, charlie. >> nancy cordes thank you. blueprints for the first gun created with a 3-d printer have been removed from the internet. it was test fired for the first time successfully on saturday in texas. made almost entirely from plastic and can get past airport security. the blueprints have been downloaded 100,000 times. a deadly accident against this summer's america's cup. it happened thursday near treasure island. one person killed. another sailor injured. and john blackstone shows us what happened to the sailboat. >> the 72 foot catamaran
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capsized near 1 p.m. on thursday. as what began as crew training for the america's cup. >> about 12 people in the water. most of them able to get back up on the vessel with the exception of one person reported missing. >> 36-year-old olympic gold medal sailor andrew bart simpson trapped under water for ten minutes, despite revival efforts from paramedics, he was pronounced dead shortly after being brought to shore. >> we had a tragic day today on the day. and our thoughts and prayers are with andrew simpson's family his wife and kids. >> reporter: officials haven't said what caused the accident. but this wasn't the first america's cup boat to flip over in windy san francisco bay. just last october, another vessel capsized near the same location. there were no casualties but both incidents have raised concerns about the safety of these massive, high-speed
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yachts. >> fairly windy out here today. any time there is a sport of any kind there is risk involved. >> reporter: all of simpson's crew members have been accounted for. only one of whom suffered minor injuries. racing for the america's cup is scheduled to begin this july. for "cbs this morning," john blackstone san francisco. nasa monitoring a leak on the international space station, serious, but not life threatening. coolant leaking from a large radiateor that keeps electrical systems from overheating. an update for a story you saw first on "cbs this morning." the search on for the mastermind of the bigst bank heist ever. they stole 45$45 million in a matter of hours. take a look at these pictures. seven people under arrest in new york. u.s. attorney loretta lynch
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talked to us. once hacker got into the banks, their accomplices were ready and waiting. >> they become a criminal flash mob and race from atm to atm, as fast as they can, getting as much money as they can literally putting in their gym bags duffle bags knapsacks until they are shut down or completed the circuit. >> prosecutors warn this could be just the beginning. the problem? american banks still use magnetic strips on credit cards and those are easy to hack. other countries use cards with more secure chips inside. time to show you this morning's headlines from around the cloebglobe. >> the washington post is warning about threats from other hackers, water, electricity and other critical services in the country could be interrupted. "wall street journal" says more tax money is going to the government and that is shrinking the federal deficit faster than expected. changing the budget debate in congress too. and means a delay in hitting the debt ceiling. financial journalism lost one of its leading lights.
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a baron's writer editor and chief, the past 57 years. he was 87. and senator john mccain wants to overhaul cable, satellite and other pay tv and plans to introduce a bill requiring we are starting out this friday with plenty of low clouds and fog even some drizzle toward the coastline. but by the afternoon, we are expecting more sunshine. overlooking san jose, a little broken there. it should clear out very nicely as we head toward the middle of the day. the temperatures now mainly in the 50s. by the afternoon, we're back up into the 70s. even some low 80s well inland. 50s and 60s foggy toward the coast. the weekend looks very nice. more sunshine on the way, a beautiful mother's day for the bay area. >> announcer: this national weather report sponsored by kay
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jewelers. every kiss begins with kay. the billionaire koch brothers may buy some of the biggest newspaper. why they fear politics could get in the way. prince harry is taking over washington. crowds are lining up. >> accents generally gets the guy. so hey, harry. >> for harry, there's no time for a party. chip reid is with the prince. and a cruise ship mystery.
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brothers. they are billionaire brothers who have spent millions of dollars on conservative causes. now they're going to buy some
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newspapers. >> they say it's their constitutional right to try to influence >> your realtime captioner: linda marie macdonald good morning, everyone. 7:26. i'm frank mallicoat. got some bay area updates now for you on this friday morning. two people slightly hurt this morning when a minivan plowed into the lobby of the valley medical center down in san jose. witnesses say the van was being driven erratically in the area right before that crash. forbes island restaurant in san francisco's fisherman's wharf will be closed indefinitely. there was a fire there this morning. investigators say it was apparently accident al. an san francisco police will investigate the deadly boat accident during training for the america's cup yesterday. a man was trapped under the boat. he could not be revived. got your traffic and weather for the big mother's
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good morning. chp alerted us to an injury crash. we are heading to the scene now. it's coming into belmont, southbound 101 approaching ralston. one lane is blocked now. so far we are not seeing delays but again the accident scene just popped up there. also, westbound 580 an earlier crash in livermore has really put a dent in this morning commute through the altamont pass. heavy drive times through livermore and all the way towards the dublin interchange. that's traffic. here's lawrence. >> all right. we are looking at plenty of low clouds and fog around the bay area this morning, a little thick in spots. we are even seeing some drizzle as you approach the coastline. yeah, it is cloudy in some of the interior valleys, as well. we are going to see some sunshine by the afternoon. right now, we are holding in the 50s across much of the bay area. but the afternoon hours lots of sunshine, temperatures up in the 70s and low 80s inland. 60s and 70s at the coast and a in this weekend. -- a nice weekend.
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this isn't good you guys. recently eight hackers arrested for stealing 45$45 million from u.s. banks. have you heard of this? kind of a complicated story, but luckily, an expert at cbs managed to break it down. >> the hackers go to the backers, and then the backers paid the hackers go to the cashers. >> even dr. seuss is like slow down, dude. it's a little crazy. >> careful, careful. that's our john miller. >> he broke this story, now on the front page of every newspaper. >> welcome back to "cbs this morning." coming up, prince harry is feeling the love on his american journey, but not showing nearly the same excitement as his fans that is by design.
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and we'll show you why. >> and the honeymoon cruise turns into a nightmare when a newlywed vanishes at sea. new evidence that could turn the case into a murder investigation, ahead. warren buffett paid more than 3$3 million to buy 28 newspapers, but two other billionaires may look at buying some of the country's biggest papers and that is leading to local opposition. jan crawford in chicago. good morning. >> reporter: well good morning, charlie, norah. chicago is famously known as the city of big shoulders, but at the heart of this city always were the newspapers it was a great newspaper town. so reports that the billionaire koch brothers are talking about buying the chicago tribune and los angeles times has some worried it may be the end of an era, the golden glory days of newspapers may have ended a long time ago. chicago's newspaper traditions are as colorful as the character
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who's filled the city' news rooms, ba being to the days of the front page. >> i'm a newspaper man. >> reporter: the classic newspaper movie set naturally in chicago. so real life reporters and column iists are just as legendary. from movie critics roger ebert and gene siskel to anne landers, to mike royko. >> this era is when a newspaper was heart and souflt city. >> rick kogan is a fixture in chicago newspaper and at the billy goat tavern. where newspapermen met in the glory days. >> at this time more than any others newspapers almost became like part of the family. >> reporter: now reports that the family could soon change as tribune company considers
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whether to sell the flagship newspaper and seven others nationwide, including the los angeles times. the company emerged from bankruptcy in december and says all the media properties are profitable. these are dark days for daily newspapers. rocky mountain news and cincinnati post closed and times-picayune and birmingham news are published only three days a week. among those reportedly interested are billionaires charles and david koch businessmen known for supporting conservative causes. >> the fastest way of job creation -- >> reporter: including spending hundreds of millions for republican candidates koch won't confirm if it's exploring the purchase. and the tribune company says there is a lot of interest in our papers which we haven't solicited. and unions are seeking to block
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any sale to the koch brothers. some would quit, saying the koch brothers would apply their conservative slant to the news. >> who owns a newspaper is not nearly as important to a city as it was 20 50 certainly 100 years ago. >> owen youngman a long-time editor at the tribune that teaches journalism at northwestern university says his former colleagues shouldn't sweat about the koch brothers. >> no individual owner i don't think will have the chance to dominate discourse the way it has been in the past. >> he doubts anyone would actually quit. newspaper jobs these days are scares. >> reporters not immune to paranoia and hyperbole and speculation, because they generally need to talk about something. i cannot imagine any type of mass exodus if these guys buy
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the paper. >> youngman and others make the point that media is so diffused newspapers don't have the same kind of impact today as they used to. no indication yet that if the koch brothers bought the tribune and l.a. times they would change things. in fact, people point out when rupert murdoch bought "the wall street journal" it was a great paper and it remains a great paper. >> thank you. i saw david koch recently asked him if he would buy the paper, he said no comment. a lot of people watching because they have spent hundreds of millions trying to influence politicians. >> most of the papers warren buffett buys are smaller. prince harry drew hundreds of fans that treated him like a rock star, the prince is making it clear, this trip is more somber chip reid at arlington national cemetery.
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good morning. >> reporter: good morning, norah and charlie. good morning to viewers out west. prince harry on a mission to show his serious side. here at arlington, he honored america's war dead and last night, he dedicated himself to the charitable cause that so inspired his late mother princess diana. >> in brief remarks at the british embassy, prince harry priced efforts by the halo trust to eradicate landmines. >> my mother would be so proud of my association with halo and in a special way, she adopted it as her own. >> reporter: that's the image the royal family hopes will emerge from this trip. a serious trip talking about serious things a far cry from the infamous game of strip billiards last year in las vegas that only confirmed the image of the playboy prince. earlier today on capitol hill he toured an exhibit on halo's work on landmines while doing his best to ignore the usual
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background music. the screams of girls and women who scrambled from front row spots to oggle and snap pictures, lots and lots of pictures. >> he has a great smile. >> that accent generally gets us the guys. so hey, harry. >> harry mannaia with front page photos of his admirers. one of his escorts, senator john mccain who suggested maybe all the screaming was for him. mccain, who spent 5 yafl1/2 years in prison in vietnam, complimented him for his skills as an apache helicopter pilot in afghanistan. >> he acknowledged i was shot down, and i acknowledged he was a much better pilot than i am since i was shot down.
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>> reporter: there was a room full of military mothers for a mother's day tea. he thanked military moms for their service and the first lady thanked harry for his. >> prince harry is a captain in the army air corps in the british armed forces. >> reporter: earlier this morning, here at arlington, prince harry visited section 60 where many americans who died in iraq and afghanistan are buried and also laid a wreath at the tomb of the unknowns. at this moment at walter reed visiting injured troops. norah, charlie. a honeymoon cruise that turns into a tragic mystery. new evidence in the disappearance of a connecticut man. john miller investigates next on "cbs this morning." but, first a look at the final piece of the world trade center spire being raised into place earlier this morning. ♪ come on up arising ♪ ♪ come on up full rising ♪
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a triumph at ground zero in new york city this morning. the new spire that tops 1 world trade center is in place. the spire is 408 feet long and that makes the entire tower exactly 1,776 feet high. >> it is the tallest building in the western hemisphere and the third tallest in the world. the building is set to open next year, 2014. >> tomorrow night's "48 hours" investigates new evidence in the case of a missing newlywed from connecticut. george smith disappeared from his honeymoon cruise in 2005 and john miller has new
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developments. >> you can't look at the water and the sea without remembering what happened to george. too many bad memories for me now. >> maureen and george smith have grieved for nearly eight years. ever since their 26-year-old son vanished on his honeymoon cruise in the agean sea. >> i have no doubt in my mind whatsoever that my son was murdered on that cruiseship. >> reporter: the story of george smith's last hours began with a ship board police interview, turkish police gathedered the last known men to see george alive. they claimed they tucked george into bed and left his cabin. >> closed the door never saw him again. >> never saw him again. >> reporter: but a "48 hours" investigation uncovered questionable alibis failed polygraphs and new details about a provocative video made by three of the men, rusty kofman
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and greg and sfwlak rozach rosenberg. >> it's ridiculously procktive. >> reporter: the tape, in the possession of the fbi, was made on july 5, 2005 just hours after george is believed to have gone overboard. >> they pass the video camera around filming themselves commenting about george's death in a very callous way. but the really sort of incriminating statement, one of them stands up at the end of the tape and sort of hunches his shoulders and flashes gang signs, told you i was gangster in the context of the discussion about george's death, almost as if he's bragging about having done something to george. >> which young man was that? >> greg rozenberg. >> reporter: rozeberg's lawyer didn't know george was dead and was making a stupid comment.
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lawyers for the two men refused to comment. george's cystsister is frustrated that the casthat the case is unsolved. >> why hasn't someone been arrested. >> attorneys for the men maintain that they put a drunk george smith to bed and left the room and that's the last time they saw him. the young men's story has never changed. >> thank you. see john's full report murder at sea on "48 hours" tomorrow night at 10:00, 9:00 central, here on cbs. once again proving j low clouds and fog surging on shore. we have drizzle at the coastline so it's kind of a cool start to the day but we have a lot of sunshine coming our way today. in fact, more than yesterday. and the temperatures are going to start to warm up. 50s across most of the bay area, although 50s into pacifica and drizzle there.
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morn 's busies >> your realtime captioner: linda marie macdonald. good morning, everybody. it's 7 of 56. i'm michelle griego. quite a mess at one of the bay area's businessessiest hospitals. a minivan hit the valley medical center in san jose shortly before 4 a.m. this morning. the driver and a hospital worker were treated for minor injuries. a spokeswoman says the minivan was being driven erratically prior to this. it's not clear the cause of the accident. this could be the biggest thing to hit wine country maybe since the grapevines themselves. the first-ever bottle rock music festival runs through the weekend at napa valley expo. the line-up includes big names like jackson brown, kings of
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good morning. there's been a serious injury crash on caltrain traffic. all service is temporarily stopped in burlingame. just within the last half hour, southbound train 314 hit a pedestrian south of the broadway station. all trains are stopped in both directions. also, if you are driving in that area, southbound 101 is actually pretty backed up. there's another earlier crash approaching ralston avenue in belmont. so 280 is going to be a better option. that is traffic. for your forecast, here's lawrence. >> all right. starting out with a lot of gray skies. we have some sunshine for you. our mount vaca cam looking good there and that's where we're going to see more toward the afternoon. although it's very gray in parts of the bay area. even some drizzle toward the coastline right now. by the afternoon, fog at the beaches, but you'll see some 70s, even some 80s well inland today and over the weekend lots of sunshine and should be a beautiful mother's day.
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it is 8:00 a.m. in the west. welcome to "cbs this morning." a moment of pride for the united states this morning. the spire atop one world trade center is now secured. we'll take you to lower manhattan. a woman is found lehigh valley a collapsed building in bangladesh. and house democratic leader nancy pelosi will be here with her daughter. but first here's a look at today's "eye opener." >> someone spotted this woman in a violet dress waving her hands in the rubble. >> pulled from the factory that
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a collapsed 17 days ago. >> the monumental step in the building, a spire secured to the top. >> the president has to explain it. this is not a pretty piece of legislation. meanwhile, the house of representatives is about to vote again to repeal obama care. >> execution is reserved for the most depraved criminal used to describe the man who lived in the middle of this block. >> our thoughts and prayers are with andrew simpson's family and kids. >> the los angeles times have some people worried it could be the end of an era. >> who owns a newspaper is not nearly as important to a city as it was 20 50 certainly 100 years ago. >> prince harry this morning honored the war's dead.
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>> and lindsay lohan thinking of adopting. >> it is a historic morning at new york city's ground zero. the top of the spire at one world trade center is now in place. it was installed this morning. >> that means that the building is officially 1776 feet tall the tallest in the western hemisphere. that gives me goose bumps watching. >> and to remember what it replaced. >> that's right. beautiful. >> and this morning there is welcome and unexpected news out of bangladesh. 17 days after a factory collapsed a woman has been found lehigh valley. kelly is in london with the new details. good morning. >> good morning. rescuers say this woman was
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talking to them as they pulled her out. she told them she was a worker. the army was in recovery mode today using bulldozers to look for bodies when someone spotted this woman in a violet dress waving her hands. they brought in a hand saw and welding equipment. they passed her water through a hole in the debris. she was trapped in the basement part of that building after it came down the morning of april 24th. more than 2,500 were rescued in the first few days but no one had been found alive in nearly two weeks. it took rescuers about 40 minutes to free her and when they did the crowd cheered. rescuers carried to to a waiting ambulance, cradled her head took her to the hospital. but she has no obvious injuries. in fact, one officer said she was able to walk. charlie, norah gayle. >> thank you kelly.
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>> jurors in the michael jackson wrongful death trial are hearing testimony about his final days. jackson's longtime makeup artist is expected to continue testifying today. witnesses say that michael jackson was in very bad shape. ♪ >> reporter: in the final months of michael jackson's life these were the images captured of the pop star as he rehearsed for what was supposed to be his comeback tour. but this week testimony in the wrongful death lawsuit painted a very different picture. an associate picture from the tour told jurors that she feared for jackson's life because he appeared so weak during rehearsals. she testified that jackson told show director that god was talking to him. he needs to be put in the hospital now. i kept saying michael's dying. he's dying. she was followed to the stand by
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jackson's longtime makeup artist who cried as she described his battles with pain and painkillers. she testified that days before jackson's death, she overheard an executive with the show's promoter insist that jackson keep rehearsing despite his declining health. this attorney defended jackson against child molestation charges from 2005. he might be called as a witness in this trial which alleges that aeg was negligent in hiring dr. conrad murray who was convicted of giving a fatal dose. >> when you look at the e-mails where they appear to be acknowledging we have hired him, we are paying his bills, we want him to act in a certain way, i think aeg has an uphill battle in this case. >> reporter: aeg insists it was jackson who hired dr. murray and jackson who hid the extent of
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his dependence on drugs. for "cbs this morning," i'm bill whittaker in los angeles. >> the government has an airplane for sale. they say it may have acted as air force one. officials say the airplane was definitely used as air force 2, and the plane is being stored in mesa arizona. and bids start at $50,000. >> the american heart association says pets especially dogs, can help you to stay healthy. it released a scientific statement yesterday saying dog owners probably have a lower risk of heart disease. medical studies have found that dog owners have less stress. overall pet owners as a group are healthier than people out pets. >> total get that. >> can dogs help with a cold? >> i hope. >> did barkley recognize you this morning? hello, barkley. >> when i came in last night, he certainly wanted to go out.
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sunday is a sunday sunday is a big, big day for moms everywhere and look who's in our green room. house democratic leader nancy pelosi in the blue and her daughter in the red. they're both moms. we'll find out what it was like in their house. that's coming up next. >> act natural. >> act natural, good. >> announcer: this >> announcer: this portion of "cbs this morning" sponsored by safelite autoglass.
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one of them is one of the most powerful women in the u.s. government. the other has captured people as they rise to power. in 2007 nancy pelosi made history as the first female speaker of the house. she spent the first half of her life running another house, the one with her husband and five children. that includes her youngest, filmmaker alexandra pelosi. they join us to wrap up our series "eye-opening moms." house democratic leader nancy pelosi and alexandra pelosi are here. welcome. >> thank you for having us. >> good morning. >> thank you. >> good morning to you. >> when you became speaker of the house, which is -- the speaker is the second in line to
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the presidency, making you the most powerful woman in line to the presidency you brought a bunch of children up on the podium with you. you sort of mixed both being a mother and power in a very powerful image. >> well my grandchildren were coming up to the podium with me as would be customary that children that are little can be on floor. as they came up to the podium i could look down and see in the eyes of the other children they wanted to be up here, too, so i said everybody come. and they just came from both sides of the aisle from all over the podium. it was quite fun because what are we there for, but the future. >> why is it so important to have moms in leadership positions? >> well, it's important to have a mixture of all kinds of people in leadership positions. and i think that in public policy and politics and government the most wholesome thing that you can do is have the empowerment of women. our house democratic caucus is 54% women, minorities and lgbt
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community. so at the table we have a beautiful diversity of opinion. >> but at the time you decided to go, all the kids were out of the house with the exception of you, and what was your response to her when she said i'm thinking about this? >> well, i said alexandra, all of a sudden, because it was sort of the death, sadly, of my dear friend, that people wanted me to run for congress. and now four of them were already off in college, so alexandra was going to be a senior in high school. >> and you were how old then? >> 46. >> 46. your first run. >> so i said to alexandra, alexandra, mommy has a chance to run, da, da da may not win, but i have a chance to run. i'd feel better if it were one year from now, but it's up to you. whatever you say i'm happy with. i'm happy to be here. >> whatever you say. i like that. >> what she said -- >> mom get a life. >> so you knew it would be okay. >> i'm a senior in high school
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and says i have this opportunity and if i win i'd be out of town three nights a week. what teenager doesn't want their mom out of town? >> remember, she was a stay-at-home mom. she has five kids. car pools. sewed the halloween costumes baked the cakes. and then all of a sudden this was like her empty nest. she went off to congress. >> you come from a family of politicians in baltimore. >> mm-hmm. >> your father, your brother. was it inevidentable? you thought once the kids are out, once the nest is empty, i'm in politics? >> no. absolutely not. i had absolutely no intention of being -- well i would volunteer in politics and chair of the california democratic party but not to be the person in front, no. absolutely not. >> she always said what she was going to do was sell her cranberry sauce. >> must be really good. >> thanksgiving dinner. she thought she had the best cranberry sauce. she said once you guys go i'm
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selling my cranberry sauce. >> there's five kids. i would imagine five different personalities. when you talk about her parenting style, what is it alex? >> well i was asking her just now what the answer was to how did you keep five kids in line? because kids are unruly. i don't really remember a house that was that unruly. she said i was there. and the way she said it with that look in her eye, and you know what she meant. >> that's the answer. >> beautiful. >> she's been married for 50 years. >> in september 50 years. >> norah was telling me things i didn't even know that as speaker because you are who you are you did a lot of things that had nothing to do with politics. >> well, having covered capitol hill, i know you got breast-feeding rooms for women. and women's bathrooms where the women members of congress -- how revolutionary you are, speaker pelosi. >> well, the increased number of women in congress necessitated some of that but the lactation
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room for members and for staff and for people to be able to use. but the thing is it's a very exciting thing, and it's not just about women. but this focus on family is really important. >> and because you are so high-profile you're considered polarizing for a lot of people. how do you deal with the criticism? i read that it doesn't get to you and i wonder if it gets to you. you go first, nancy. how do you deal with it? >> i think if you're effective at anything you're going to be a target. there are very big interests for effective -- >> you seem to just sort of smile through it. >> well, i don't like if my grandchildren hear about it and are affected about it. alexandra's children are small, but i have teenaged grandchildren as well. so that isn't a good thing. but what bothers me, concerns me, doesn't bother me concerns me, is so many women come to me and they say i would go do this but i cannot subject myself to what they have subjected you to. and i say, well don't let that
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bother you. if you have a purpose, if you know why you want to be engaged in public policy and you have something you think you can offer, do not let them deter you. and that's really important. and i think that if you'll have many more women in leadership and in politics and in government, if you reduce the role of money in politics and increase the level of stability, one point i'll make is when i was first there in the begin, i heard from so many fathers of daughters, of course the moms the women about themselves but fathers of daughter who is said now my daughter can reach another height now that you've broken the marble ceiling. so it's pretty exciting. it's transformative. >> it is. >> is it true a lot of the men in congress fear her? >> she runs a tight ship. tight ship. >> i can confirm that. >> we're very collaborative.
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? thank you both. "all that mattered" in 1924 happy mother's day, the start of one man's famous career in american law enforcement. do you have any idea who that is? the apps is coming up next. think about that, nancy and alexandra. you're watching "cbs this morning." be right back. alexandra. we'll be back. >> announcer: this morning's "eye opener" for moms sponsored by macy's. [ male announcer ] this is betsy. her long day of pick ups and drop offs begins with arthritis pain... and a choice. take up to 6 tylenol in a day or just 2 aleve for all day relief. all aboard. ♪ ♪
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. "all that mattered" 89 years ago today j. edgar hoover was named head of the bureau of investigation that became known as fbi. later he became notorious for keeping secret files on people like dr. martin luther king jr. 41 years after his death hoover remains larger than life. leonardo dicaprio played him. >> he plays him as the grat"the great
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san francisco police will handle . >> your realtime captioner: linda marie macdonald. hi,everyone. good morning. 8:25. i'm frank mallicoat with your kpix 5 news headlines on this friday. san francisco police will handle the investigation into a deadly america's cup boating accident. a member of the swedish racing team was killed when their boat capsized near treasure island yesterday often. a minivan crashed into the lobby of san jose's valley medical center around 3:00 this morning. a hospital spokesman says the vehicle had been driven erratically right before the crash. a hospital worker was treated for minor injuries. the driver was arrested for drunk driving. the sharks will put a limited number of play-off tickets on sale this morning. san jose advanced to round 2 by sweeping the canucks out of the play-offs.
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good morning. we're closely watching some breaking news along the peninsula. it was a fatal accident involving a pedestrian on the
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caltrain tracks. right now there are major delays on caltrain in both directions. in fact, they have stopped the train service in the burlingame area. and they have set up a bus bridge that's in place between millbrae and burlingame. it was southbound train 314 that hit that person on the caltrain tracks and we have confirmed it is a fatal accident. in fact, 101 itself has been very busy this morning because of a couple of accidents in the belmont area. so instead of driving you may want to consider using 280 as your alternative. that is traffic. for the latest forecast, here's lawrence. >> all right. we have gray skies around much of the bay area this morning, liz. we have seen some drizzle toward the coastline. still very cloudy over the bay bridge. but those clouds are going to break up and we should see a lot of sunshine today. numbers now in the 50s and the 40s. by the afternoon we'll see a lot of 60s and 70s, lots of sunshine inside the bay, 50s and 60s coastside, 70s and low otherwise inland. mother's day should be spectacular.
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♪ welcome back to "cbs this morning." coming up in this half hour we'll meet the power couple behind "the great gatsby." the movie opens today. what brought them together and what keeps them together while they live what they call a crazy chaotic life. plus josh groban is here in studios 57. his voice gives people the chills, including some people at this table. >> hello, my name is gayle. >> you love josh groban. >> i do. >> more than mark phillips. >> i do. >> time for headlines. wall street journal says media companies are looking for new ways to make money.
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the idea is to get more mobile viewers for the sports channel without making people pay more for all that data. >> the los angeles times says consumer reports magazine has conditional love for high end electric cars. it rates the model s a rare out of 99. >> u.s. today looks into parenting as mother's day approaches. the internet is helping mothers learn better ways to raise their children. moms now get advice from a number of sources. >> a couple spent their honeymoon at the george bush presidential library got a surprise gift. they received a personal note from the former president and his wife laura to congratulate them on their wedding. >> the new york times says neil patrick harris will ohio state the 67th tony awards. it will be the fourth time the
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star of "how i met your mother" hosts. you can see it here on cbs. >> now to my favorite story. one woman's secret of a long time. 105-year-old texas grandmother says it's bacon. she loves it and eats it every day with every meal. >> bacon will do that. a compound in somalia, rescued jessica buchanan an american aid worker. >> three months earlier the two were kidnapped in their car. for the first time she tells cbs correspondent about her capture. >> we stopped so abruptly i felt like everybody just fell forward. and then i started hearing all of this pounding on the windows
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and the windshield and all this shouting in somali. and there's a man standing there screaming. and he has an ak-47 and he's shouting at us and points an ak in my face. and they're hyped up like they're on speed and then all of a sudden the driver just takes off, and we just start slamming all over the place. >> what did you think they were going to do? >> i figured they were going to rape me. and then kill me. and i just keep thinking this can't be the end. this can't be the end of my life. i'm only 32 years old. i haven't had any children yet. i didn't get to say goodbye to eric. i didn't get to say goodbye to my dad. this can't be the end.
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>> tonight on the cbs evening news jessica buchanan tells scott pelly how field team 6 rescued her, and you can see scott's full interview this sunday on 60 minutes. >> one of the most anticipated movies of the year opens today. hope you'll go. "the great gatsby" stars leonardo dicaprio. the director and his wife rarely gives interviews together. hotel applause plays a significant role in the movie so that's where we met up. >> come on in. you can't help but direct can you? >> well -- >> even when he's in front of the camera baz luhrmann is always directing. >> when did you want to switch chairs? >> do you know why he wanted to switch chairs?
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>> probably because the light was better. >> well, yes. >> kathryn martin or c.m. knows her husband all too well. she is also his production and costume designer. >> was it love at first sight? >> he says that i was in love with him at first sight. >> i never said that. i never said that. she had gone to the same drama school, she was brilliantly talented. she tapped me on the shoulder and i turned around. and i looked at her and my first impression was wow, what an intense young girl. >> were you impressed by him right away? >> yes, by his incredible mental stamina and the way that he thought, and the unbelievable kind of energy and gymnastics that his mind could undertake. >> there is something that works, because some people say you're a little cra-cra as the
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kids say. >> translation is crazy. >> it's completely normal to us. we always live like this. i don't know any other life. >> what is that, when you say live like this? ♪ and may come a time when he needs a lawyer ♪ >> the circus-like sensory overload has come to define baz's movies over the last two decades. >> what is this gatsby? >> fitzgerald's american classic, "the great gatsby," the story of a glamorous party-throwing millionaire. >> i thought could we make a blend between jazz and another african-american visceral street music that is dangerous is of
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the moment that would be hip hop. >> baz turned to j.z. to provide the beat that would mix old with the new. >> he's one of the greatest collaborations i've ever had. he's a serial collaborator by his own admission. >> what did you learn from him about music? >> you can create music not in a studio. you can scratch it up you know and have people all over the world, great sources. if you're a master chef, you can have people making sauce in one country and doing the baking in another and bring the meal at the table. >> what was your visual philosophy on how you wanted this to look? >> whenever i work with baz, as a director he's a visualist. one of the very first things he came with was, he really did not want new york to feel nostalgic. so he wanted it to feel modern
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and sexy as if this world in '25 in the movie set. >> one of the most mom rabble scenes is set at new york city's plaza hotel. >> exactly who are you? >> he designed a suite at the hotel fit for fitzgerald himself. >> i just loved it. >> come on. >> in bed with baz. >> and after 25 years, there's still nothing that can come between them. >> some would say the two of you are an unusual and unlikely partnership, the two of you together, but clearly it's working 20-some years down the road. >> don't you think all great relationships are mysterious?
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>> ultimately one of the things that keeps us together is our fundamental values are the same. we value discussion resolving arguments through discussion and finding a piece of common ground. >> is it just a given that you will always work together on his films? >> even after the divorce, yes. >> they're not getting a divorce. we were in the hotel room she said she put mirrors above the bed. she said you've got to lay on the bed so you can see it. that's why we were in the bed together. but when he we want to j.z. he said he begged him to do the movie with him. hex i begged him. he walked around in a pink suit for three years to feel it out. leonardo dicaprio said do we really have to wear a pink suit? he said yes. it's spectacular on the screen. >> you like the movie. >> what an incredible partnership and it's working. "the great gatsby" opens today. >> josh groban has a voice like
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soil, everyone grows with miracle-gro. ♪ you wanna run away run away and you think that it can't be solved ♪ >> listen to that voice. "brave" the newest song by josh groban. at 32 he's sold more than 25 million albums worldwide. he's performed with icons like celine dion andrea bocelli and barbra streisand, sung at the olympics, the super bowl and recently released his six album, "all that echoes." we are thrilled you're here at the table. you need some water? charlie has a little cold. >> i'm fine. >> i have a little bit of a thing, too. i woke up with a tickle this morning. by the afternoon, it gets better. hot shower and -- >> all right. >> ricola! >> listen, i want to say as you
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know i'm not late for the josh groban party. >> no, you're not. vice versa. >> gayle king groban sound good to you? >> it has a ring. it's meant to be. >> when i first met you, you were 18 years old. at the time i had never heard a voice like yours because that was very unusual, wasn't it back then? >> very experienced, yeah. growing up kind of in high school too, my voice has always been kind of very kind of classical sounding and very low and baritone so yeah the younger and scrawnier i was the more freakish it sounded to everyone else. >> were you teased as a id kitd in school? >> i was. yeah. no. absolutely. i was bullied. whenever you're kind of going on a path that's a little different from the norm or doing something that feels a little bit -- you know, something that doesn't have really a clique people like to poke fun. >> used humor to get around it. >> yeah, well. i think that's where i got my funny bone was in high school used it as a defensive mechanism
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almost. yeah. >> you're known for your love songs. is that because you like love songs or what? >> so much to give i can't contain it. i have to -- no i'm actually not the most romantic person. i try to be. i think guys are all kind of guilty of this. i'm sometimes so -- >> but you write your own stuff. >> i do. it's my way of i think getting it out. i think my voice -- you know, whence i was working with brick gruben wonderful producer and, you know, he said don't be afraid to be chivalrous. don't be afraid to be poetic and romantic with your voice, you know? >> in the album "i believe." >> yes and speaking of love nobody writes love songs better than stevie wonder. the light and the dark. so, yeah it's my way of kind of exorcising the demon, i think. >> are you is singing love songs to anyone that we should know about? i know you have sweetie, your favorite dog. >> whom you've met.
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decided to cough up a hair ball right in the middle of the interview. >> is there anyone sharing the abode other than sweeney? >> just me and my dog at the moment. there he is. i'd like to settle down. i'm now about to embark on my fourth tour and it's hard to meet somebody and be able to really connect. it's 24 hours and home is where the pillow is. >> this is what i want people to know about josh groban serious about your music but not a serious guy. you are not above a fart joke which you will not be making here. >> wow. you just said fart joke on "cbs this morning." cool. >> but you're not above that. i want people to know you have a very humorous side. what cracks you up, josh groban? you're big on twitter. >> i do like to twitter. i like really kind of dark irreverent, stranger the better. i really -- i do. i like kind of twilsed humor. i like twisted humor. you have to get that side of you out because, you know, the music -- i've been so locked
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about the music, had blinders on for the training and the technique and so, you know, especially in my shows, if i don't have a chance to joke around with the crowd i'm going to go crazy. >> what kind of music do you listen to? >> it's funny. when i was younger i listened to kind of older music. i used to listen to some of the great singer-songwriters billy joel, paul simon, james taylor. now that i've -- now that i'm 32 i'm actually try -- i'm ageing in reverse, getting more immature with my listening. yeah i'll pop on, you know fun or muse. i like rock music a lot. >> how about broadway or something like that? >> would be amazing. i think one of the reasons i finally moved to new york was that it was calling me. i mean i think that i went to school for musical theater. my voice i think works well. i've been honored that the broadway community has been so kind of open armed and i've made so many great friends in the broadway community. it's still my number-one dream is to do something on broadway.
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i'd never be happier than doing that. the right time and the right show. >> right. >> and you're 32. i can't get over that. >> i know. >> where do the years go? >> hard to believe he's older than i am. amazing. >> really good to see you, josh. >> you, too, gayle. always. thank you. >> tomorrow you can see more of josh because he'll perform some of his new songs tomorrow on "cbs this morning." "all that echoes" is available right now at your favorite place to get music. when we come back a busy week. next on "cbs this morning." very busy week. that's coming up next on "cbs this morning."
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we're ending another great week. really extraordinary. >> extraordinary and beautiful to see the spire on top of one world trade center it's been a great year. >> it's a reminder that america comes back. >> a good friday. >> i'm sorry that josh didn't sing to you. as we leave you, let's take a look back at the week that was. have a great weekend. the 52-year-old suspect is now formally charged in what the prosecutors called a premeditated premeditated, deliberate, and depraved crime. >> this is a wonderful ending to get these three women back alive. >> what a wonderful ending to a horrible nightmare. >> the arrest of 41-year-old lieutenant colonel jeff crew zin ski shines a spotlight on sexual assault in the military. the criminal assault went up and down brodway and took 2 million dollars. >> the only thing they're asking is that the border be secured so this never happens again. i do think we'll be arming the opposition shortly.
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>> i truly believe the background check bill is possible. not the one that would fail. >> no. we're going to have to make some adjustments to it. >> and he's also been pretty addiment about defending his weight. hasn't he? >> he has to bchlt he's been pretty adamant about everything. >> let's just say they saved the government hundreds of millions of dollars. what do you say to that? >> i'm sure that's what they want to bloov. >> congressman what do you say about those republicans who did not sport you? >> yesterday is yesterday and today is today. >> you have to understand the physics of why birds and airplanes can fly. >> it has to do with currents and what else? >> something else i won't be saying. sunday is mother's day. >> i do know i'm a good story-teller. >> what does it take? >> it takes partly being irish. >> there's an oh doable in the room. >> and they made it clear that their mom taught them values.
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>> mom has always been a terrific role model for all of us. >> the focus was really cool. the birth announcement for vanessa williams introduced -- >> the she is miss america. >> that was the birth announcement. >> it was just a cute card i saw in a hall mark store. as far as publishing, we were the 800 pound gorilla and there was never anything to match it. >> were you surprised by it? >> all of your ex-wives are your friends. it's like a page out of quincy jones' book. >> quincy's my idol. >> when you play golf with the president of the united states do you pull out all the stops to beat him or do you think he's the president, i'm going to let him win? >> i've got to be honest. i played pretty well and i tried to make every one. >> you have an obesity issue? >> no, i don't. >> i'm glad to say, gayle, we've
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never seen charlie in a pair of leggings. >> not one of those t
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headlines... the landmark "forbes island" restaurant o waterfront w good morning. 8:55. i'm frank mallicoat with your kpix 5 headlines on this friday morning. the landmark forbes island restaurant on the san francisco waterfront will be closed today. an early-morning fire left it damaged. the flames originated in the sea lion room in the restaurant. the fire appears to have started accidentally. there is a memorial service set this afternoon for victims of the deadly limousine fire on the san mateo bridge. the memorial will start at noontime at the philippine consulate on sutter street in san francisco. five women were killed in the fire. four women survived. and the warriors take on san antonio. game 369 play-offs tonight. they are -- game 3 of the play- offs tonight. they are at home. the spurs took game one. warriors proved in game 2 on
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wednesday that they can compete dropping the spurs 100-91. tonight's game at the oracle arena tips off at 7:30. i have a feeling i know one guy that will be tuned in. >> yeah. big warriors fan. i can't wait to see that game tonight. go, warriors! hey, folks, around the bay area today, we have some low clouds and fog beginning to mix out inland but you can see from our mount vaca cam still down below as that fog beginning to compress a little bit as high pressure builds in overhead. temperatures now running mainly into the 50s. we have seen some drizzle coastside. the next couple of days, though, some beautiful weather coming our way. today will start to warm up. some 70s and low 80s inland. 60s and 70s around the bay. 50s and 60s patchy fog at the coast. high pressure sending temperatures into the 80s on saturday and on mother's day. then we'll slowly cool things down next monday. your "timesaver traffic" is coming up next.
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good morning. we have been closely following mass transit specifically caltrain with major delays. they have begun single tracking in burlingame-millbrae after a fatal pedestrian accident this morning. also slow on 101 itself if you are driving in that area. there were a couple of earlier accidents in belmont. 280 is obviously a much better option between the two, between 101 and 280. let's go outside show you a live look at the nimitz. 880 is actually moving better than typical near the oakland coliseum, up towards downtown. and it is "friday light" over at the bay bridge toll plaza.
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